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Box Assorted oversize box 2


Contains 3 Collections and/or Records:

James P. Rush World War II Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2018-00-00-66
Contents of the Collection This small collection contains World War II-era pilot training materials, possibly used by James P. Rush, who likely served as a pilot. It includes 2 copies of "Weather for Pilot Trainees Elementary Student's Workbook;" several pages of training exercises, such as quizzes; and other textual materials related to weather and air navigation, including a navigation logbook for Stuttgart Army Air Field (Arkansas) and a weather map symbol chart. Additional documents cover aircraft...

Wiley Williams Space Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2019-12-18
Content Description The Wiley Williams Space Collection is a collection of textual and visual materials collected by Williams during his career as an engineer for Grumman and NASA in the 1950s and 1960s.Williams himself is documented with clippings about him, a poster from Grumman acknowledging his work, and photographs of him. The photographs are all 8x10" black-and-white official NASA photos depicting him with colleagues during the course of his work. Related to Gemini missions, there is...

Oversized Materials, circa 1930s-1950s

 File — Box: Assorted oversize box 2, Folder: Oversize
Contents Clipping, "Aviator Finds Sea-Diving More Thrilling Than Flying", circa 1930s. Discusses Murray's interest and experience in both aviation and diving, including near-miss experiences in both fields. Clipping, "PAA Pilot is Going South; Clipper Work", March 18, 1940. Notes that Stuart will sail to Okalnd for additional flying training "with Boeings" in Oakland, California to prepare for the inaugural Seattle to Juneau clipper run, expected in May [1941]....

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